Tag: decision making
Welcome – download the Leadership Pack (May 2019) You get what you focus on Damian Piper, our Performance coach and consultant, starts this edition with: ‘As per usual there is plenty going on in the world at the moment. For some, it’s a world of uncertainty. For others a world of opportunity. There are multiple… Read More ›
When interviewing candidates for Dosh I am always willing them to respond with the perfect answers which will help them achieve maximum points. Sitting across from a candidate during a recent series of interviews, I asked the question “what is your approach to decision making?” – on paper it looks straight forward as we probably… Read More ›
I was coaching someone I’ll call Joe recently, who had got ‘stuck’ about what to do next in his career. I say stuck, it was more like overwhelmed by the uncertainty and choices about ‘where next’.
As a leader you don’t always have to be the one doing the inspiring. Be inspired by those around you – I do.
We often support people and their circles of support to make financial decisions, whether it’s getting a car, going on holiday or planning weekly spending. At Dosh, we see lots of great work from support workers involving people in making their own decisions, but from our comfortable position of understanding these decisions we can often forget just how stressful this can be for people.